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    What's up music lovers? I'm Oldbeats which means that I love the classic sounds of-soul-r&b-jazz and doo-wop..looking forward to rapping about great sounds!
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    The Flamingoes..The Isley Brothers..The Miracles..The Impressions..The Drifters,name em if you got em.
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    Remember last year when the biggest question on the internet was "who bite Beyonce?" After the question finally died down and other media happenings took over, Regina Hall has now decided to bring it back to light since discussing the matter in a recent interview. To be fair, she was asked about the event so she basically didn't choose to talk about it again. Frederick M. Brown/Getty ImagesWhen asked if Tiffany was serious when insinuating that someone literally bite Beyonce in the face, Regina let it be known that her Girls Trip co-star is no rookie when it comes to exaggerating. "Let me tell you something: I could tap your leg with my foot and Tiffany would retell it as me kicking you," Regina said. "She’s a comedian. She can make a story, know what I mean? That whole thing took on a life of its own." To this day we don't really know who bite Beyonce but Sanaa Lathan was named a suspect, later denying it. “I adore Beyoncé. I would never do anything malicious like that — to her, or to anyone. It’s so bizarre. It’s so crazy," she said. “Thank God I’ve been in this business for 20 years and have had so many rumors about me. They used to devastate me in my 20s, but in order to survive in this business, you just have to let it roll.” View the full article
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    Another nice one is-Hang On-Ramsey Lewis Trio.
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    And a few more...It's A Man's World-James Brown..Memphis Tennessee-Chuck Berry..Moon River-Jerry Butler..Take Time To Know Her-Percy Sledge..I'm So Proud-The Impressions..If You Need Me-Wilson Pickett..Old Love-Mary Wells..School Girl-The Five Royales..Without A Doubt-Major Lance..Welcome Home-Walter Jackson..Bernadette-The Four Tops..On Broadway-The Drifters..Any Day Now-Chuck Jackson..Hey Love-The Delphonics..Shake Your Groove Thing-Peaches An Herb..I'll Be Around-The Spinners..Native New Yorker-Odessy..Evil Woman-The Temptations..Ain't Nobody Home-Howard Tate..Golden Time Of Day-Maze..Crying Won't Help You Now-Clyde McPhatter..I'm Gonna Miss You-The Artistics.
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    Great list,if I may add a small Jazz set from-Kool And The Gang[Kool Jazz-1969]very nice LP from a group known more for funk.
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    Kool And The Gang with their first Billboard 100 Top Ten hit. 1973 it reached #4.
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    Oh wow! Very nice single! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=klxzUZxKYII
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kRgv17J7fcE
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    Soundcrash presents a one-off joint headline show for the desert soul rebels Tinariwen and cosmopolitan folk singer/songwriter José González. An utterly unique night of musical excellence you don’t want to miss. You’ve got to be doing something right when you can count amongst your fans the likes of Thom Yorke, Brian Eno, Carlos Santana or TV On The Radio. Formed in rebel training camps in Libya, these exiled nomads-turned-rockstars of the Sahara have become the soundtrack for Touareg independence and reconciliation, combining traditional Touareg melodies with Malian, Western, Berber and Arabic influences to create spare, evolving, hypnotic grooves. As if Keith Richards, Santana, John Lee Hooker, various members of Primal Scream, Mogwai and the Grateful Dead had got lost in the Sahara for a decade and then returned as a fully-fledged desert band. They have opened 2012 with a bang, winning a Grammy Award for Best World Music Album and the award for Best Group at the Songlines Music Awards. José González, whose family fled their Argentinian homeland bound for Sweden when the military Junta came into power, provides a perfect counterpoint to the hypnotic relentlessness of Tinariwen’s grooves. Being exposed to latin-american melodies from an early age and drawing from the idiosyncrasies of Scandinavian folk José González’s music is a unique hybrid which takes the best of both worlds. Both poignantly beautiful and subtly warm, José González will win over your heart and mind. Concerts don’t get any better than this. Two hugely renowned acts come together for the first and only time tonight at The Shepherd’s Bush Empire for a very, very special show. Be there. http://www.soundcrashmusic.com/tinariwen-jose-gonzalez/ [img]http://www.soundcrashmusic.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/tjgWeb.jpg[/img]
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    Caught up with her album recently. Standout songs like Upside Down, Romance Is Dead, New York, and others. http://www.palomafaith.com/gb/
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